All projects must indicate which Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) they are relevant to, in addition to providing links and documentation that support their relevance.
How can I tell if my project is contributing to the SDG?
Question: How do I know if my project is contributing to attainment of an SDG? How relevant does it have to be? Answer: A project as a whole, or its subcomponents mustcontribute to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals. For example, a project with a goal, mission or vision relevant to an SDG could qualify, or a project that produces a data set relevant to an SDG could qualify. In either case, there must be a clear intention to provide or use the information to further the SDG in question.